What's Happening in District 5950?
 
Rotary District 5950 congratulates Padee Yang on her selection as one of two Global Scholarship recipients, which will allow her to earn her master’s degree in violence, conflict, and development.
 
The Rotary Global Travelers e-Club is looking for charter members!  Currently the members of this E-club come from Florida, Minnesota and Hawaii!  Upon chartering, this club anticipates opening membership globally. 
 
Learn more from Paula Schwartz and Vana Prewitt in the short video by clicking Read More
 
On Sunday, January 17th the Rotary Club of Network for Empowering Women held its official charter event, which was attended by more than 190 people. The new club will have 52 members from around the world and is led by Club President Anastasia V Persico.

The club’s mission is empowering women by identifying and advocating for reduced violence, working against human trafficking and providing resources and skills for women to independently return to the workforce. Thank you to all who came, including Holger Knaack, President Rotary International 2020-2021 and Suzi Howe, Rotary International Director 20290-2022 Regions 32 & 36
 
 
The Peace Centers program began in 2002, and there are now more than 1,300 alumni who work in more than 115 countries. This year, The Rotary Foundation received over 800 applications endorsed by a Rotary district for just 117 fellowship awards. Of the four candidates endorsed by District 5950 for the 2021 Rotary Peace Fellowship, three were selected as finalists and one was selected as an alternate. That’s an amazing success rate, and speaks volumes to the way our Clubs and District recruits and supports candidates throughout the application process.
 
Read more to meet two of the selected candidates and check back for a third announcement!
The Immediate Past Rotary International President and the current Rotary International President wants us to start new clubs. Our district has started four new and innovative clubs in the last two years and it has really helped our district’s membership numbers.  Now other zones are noticing i!.  District Governor Tom Gump was interviewed by Zone 33 TV to share our district’s strategy of new club growth.
 
 
 
 
District 5950 held a live modeling of the Zoom hybrid approach to running effective meetings, including a panel discussion with members that have conducted hybrid meetings, and an overview of technical requirements.  If you were unable to attend, the full training video is available on our YouTube Channel.
 
Below are the follow up resources from the training and the slide deck from the training.  They can also be found under Club Support > Training and Leadership Development
 
 
 
   
 
 
Tom Gump
District Governor 2020-2021
 
 
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